in addition to the 800,000 already signed up to vote, we could see another 100,000 signing up to vote today, as they come into the polling places. so, we're looking for a very busy day here in new hampshire. john? >> new hampshire, they take their voting very, very seriously. david mattingly live in bedford, new hampshire. virginia also one of the states to watch tonight. the polls now there open as well. and that key battleground state. randi kaye is live in woodbridge, virginia, where it's still dark. good morning, randi. >> good morning, john. yes, the polls are open. we can see a few people here behind me just starting to file in. they expect about 1,000 people to vote here. they're not just voting for president, of course, they're also voting for the senate. and here is one of the really the marquee races for the senate taking place here in virginia. two former governors battling it out. you have democrat tim kaine and republican george allen. they've really been riding the coattails of president obama and mitt romney appearing on stage with them, and many, many times.